Badge is used to tag entities with concise and relevant information.


Badges help the users to understand the difference between multiple entities by displaying concise metadata of that entity as a label.


Solid badge

Solid style is used to highlight important information on the page so that they can be recognized easily. Solid style helps the badge to easily pop out in a page.

Subtle badge

Subtle style is used when a lot of entities on a single page need tagging/labelling. In that case, using solid badges becomes a bit overwhelming e.g. tags in a list. This is why subtle badges use the lightest shade of the colors.


A badge comes in 9 appearances -


Structure of badge
Height20 px
Max width160 px
Corner radius4 px
(top, right, bottom, left)
2 px, 4 px, 2 px, 4 px


PropertyValue(s)Default value
  • Stone
  • Jal
  • Neem
  • Haldi
  • Mirch
  • Tawak
  • Nimbu
  • Neel
  • Jamun
  • Stone
  • True
  • False
  • False


    Spacing between badges

    Badges should maintain a minimum spacing of 8px from the content on either side.

    Spacing between badges Spacing between badges

    Badges vs Pills

    Badges are used for tagging entities while pills are used to display count of entities.

    When to use badges vs pills Badges vs Pills

    Hover on badge

    Badges can be used to display related information when hovered.

    Hover on badge Hover on badge

    Badge vs Status hint

    Badge is used as a label to tag entities while status hint is used to display the status of a resource.

    Badge vs Status hint Badge vs Status hint

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